Several firearms were taken out of vehicles at residences during a recent rash of entering autos in Dawson County, according to Dawson County Sheriff Jeff Johnson. Police reports show that three firearms as well as an iPad Pro and a Kate Spade wallet were reported stolen when eight entering auto reports were filed on June 9. Another wallet was also reported stolen and the victim also reported a fraudulent financial transaction. The break-ins reportedly occurred in residential areas: in the Creekstone subdivision off Hwy. 53 in downtown Dawsonville; on Brights Way off Hwy. 53 between Byrd’s Mini Storage and Dawsonville Gun and Pawn; on Gober Bluff off Hwy. 53 across from Byrd’s Mini Storage; in the Howser Mill Subdivision off Howser Mill Road; and on River Valley Road off Hwy. 53 at the bottom of Gober Hill.
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